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Mary Queen of Scots is a British film of genre Drama directed by Josie Rourke released in USA on 21 december 2018 with Saoirse Ronan

Mary Queen of Scots (2018)

Mary Queen of Scots
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Released in USA 21 december 2018
Length 2h5
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Genres Drama,    Biography,    Historical
Rating63% 3.1540353.1540353.1540353.1540353.154035

Marie Stuart, reine d'Écosse (Mary Queen of Scots) est un film biographique britannique réalisé par Josie Rourke, sorti en 2018. Il s’agit l’adaptation du livre Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart de John Guy


À seulement dix-huit ans, Marie Stuart est déjà veuve, après le décès de son époux le roi de France, François II. Elle refuse de se remarier conformément à la tradition. En 1561, elle quitte donc la France pour rejoindre ses terres natales d'Écosse et réclamer le trône qui lui revient de droit. Mais la reine d'Angleterre, Élisabeth I, n'est pas de cet avis. Elles vont toutes deux devenir de véritables sœurs ennemies, malgré une fascination réciproque.


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